Japanese citizen detained in Vladivostok on suspicion of espionage


Russian law enforcement officers detained a man who was trying to obtain information about the military potential of our country. Upon detention, it turned out that he had a Japanese passport. The photo to the material has nothing to do with the personality of the detainee.


Such a message was made at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation.

The Japanese was about to take possession of the secret documentation, but was detained by Russian law enforcement agencies in Vladivostok. As law enforcement officers found out, a Japanese citizen was in our country on the basis of a journalist visa. It is noted that the holder of a Japanese passport was interested in data from the military sphere.

To declare an official protest, a Japanese adviser-envoy of the embassy of the Land of the Rising Sun in Moscow was called to the Russian Foreign Ministry.

The detainee was formally warned and offered to leave the Russian Federation within 72 hours. According to Russian diplomats, the Japanese national is already located outside our country.

A day earlier, Japan’s NHK television station reported that Yutaka Araki, a former SoftBank communications employee, was detained in Tokyo. He was accused of hacking and transferring classified information to Russia. According to the detainee, he handed over secret documents to a representative of the trade mission of the Russian Federation.
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  1. WILL 27 January 2020 18: 30 New
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    Apparently the exchange occurred in counterintelligence. Well done, that work properly.
    1. Dmitry Donskoy 27 January 2020 18: 39 New
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      Spies and traitors have always been and will be. Shpinov send home, and traitors to Solovki. I think so correctly. repeat
      1. Victor_B 27 January 2020 18: 41 New
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        Quote: Dmitry Donskoy
        Shpinov send home

        It’s a pity that he’s not a plumber!
        Otherwise, we would inflate the information fire!
        So what? Here is a fresh example. With our plumbers something.
        1. GKS 2111 27 January 2020 18: 44 New
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          "Japanese citizen detained in Vladivostok on suspicion of espionage"
          Our work!

          Here you have the Kuril Islands and Sakhalin!
          My grandfather didn’t earn the Blood For Japan victory there ...
          1. Greg Miller 27 January 2020 19: 54 New
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            Tell me, did the journalists now also have diplomatic immunity, or was the decision of the Russian leadership the next "goodwill gesture" on the part of the Russian leadership?
            1. Shurik70 27 January 2020 21: 04 New
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              Not the fact that in fact a spy.
              A good journalist can get into state secrets cleaner than another spy.
              And the fact that the detention happened
              1) the day after the arrest of our man in Japan
              2) the detainee was not imprisoned, but released.
              perhaps they just took a suspicious Japanese for an exchange, and didn’t catch on the hot.
              1. Paranoid50 27 January 2020 22: 45 New
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                Quote: Shurik70
                they just took a suspicious Japanese to exchange

                Inspired by:
                At nine o'clock in the afternoon a strange Japanese came out of the bushes to the fires of fires to guard. All in black, twitched and hissed. "Yesaul Petrov, that Japanese was hit in the ear, which is why he died in speed"
                (C)
                laughing laughing laughing
            2. phair 28 January 2020 02: 19 New
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              Ours definitely do not possess. There was a apiary apiary, merged the info about our submarines. Taken red-handed, but due to military counterintelligence, he was acquitted with the help of a bastard attorney;) Slightly finalized and sat down for 4 years. Now he seems to be working for the Bellona branch of the CIA. And this is like a bargain. Yapis do not like to lose face. Zhuralyug brought the easter money, too, released (NHK emnip).
      2. 4ekist 27 January 2020 19: 44 New
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        The pilgrims go to Solovki, and the traitors go to the expense.
      3. orionvitt 28 January 2020 07: 19 New
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        Quote: Dmitry Donskoy
        Shpinov to send home, and traitors to Solovki

        In times gone. Previously, spies on Solovki (at least before the exchange), and traitors were generally shot.
      4. georggy 28 January 2020 11: 08 New
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        .Shpinov to send home, and traitors to Solovki. I think so right

        Better to destroy.
    2. Zoldat_A 27 January 2020 20: 34 New
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      Quote: ANIMAL
      Apparently the exchange occurred in counterintelligence. Well done, that work properly.

      If exchange, then with America. It is unlikely that the yupps have something interesting with us. What they know is easy to get. And what they don’t know is that not a single Yuppy spy will get to that. We are not interested in yupps, we are interesting in America.
      Russian law enforcement officers detained a man who was trying to obtain information about the military potential of our country.

      What the hell is Japan? Are they going to fight with us?
      The answer to the question
      Whose prodest?
      explains everything.
      1. Lexus 27 January 2020 21: 48 New
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        What the hell is Japan? Are they going to fight with us?

        I would not discard the likelihood of such a development. Slowly, he removed the steam locomotive from conservation for organizing a "hot welcome" and excursions of Japanese neo-imperialists along the "route" of the famous revolutionary Sergei Lazo. And to fly the ashes over the South Kuril Islands - here I am even ready to fulfill one of their innermost desires. On the so-called "northern territories" - the last journey! The only way.
      2. ccsr 28 January 2020 12: 01 New
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        Quote: Zoldat_A
        . It is unlikely that the yupps have something interesting with us.

        You think so in vain, because espionage in Japanese society was perceived as a kind of obligatory service to the emperor, and this was well known in tsarist Russia, or on the eve of World War II.
        A typical example of Alexander Kuprin is “Headquarters Captain Rybnikov”.
        It is no coincidence that Alexander Kuprin, of course, took the plot of a Japanese spy into creative development: in 1902 — 1905, the activity of Japanese intelligence was felt in Russia rather painfully. This was due to the extremely weak work of the Russian military command to create an intelligence and counterintelligence network, focused on a strategic struggle with Japan. By the beginning of the war, Russia had neither skilled intelligence personnel, nor intelligence schools for training agents, nor even a sufficient number of translators who reasonably knew Japanese.

        https://topwar.ru/50882-russkaya-i-yaponskaya-razvedka-nakanune-voyny-19041905-godov.html
    3. Nyrobsky 27 January 2020 22: 08 New
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      Quote: ANIMAL
      Apparently the exchange occurred in counterintelligence. Well done, that work properly.
      Well done, of course, but it’s also interesting whether the source from which this "curious" Japanese wanted to draw information was worked out. Or was he "accepted" even at the stage of establishing contacts for the purpose of recruitment? Could probably be watched for some timewinked
  2. Victor_B 27 January 2020 18: 30 New
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    All diplomats are spies!
    None will pass by useful information.
    But not everyone spies continuously, all day. Sometimes you have to work.
    Well, all sorts of "journalists" - through one.
    Fine, fine! In seven!
    This one is just the twenty-first, but the 1st and 14th were not caught.
    1. Terenin 27 January 2020 18: 36 New
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      Quote: Victor_B
      All diplomats are spies!
      None will pass by useful information.
      But not everyone spies continuously, all day. Sometimes you have to work.
      Well, all sorts of "journalists" - through one.
      Fine, fine! In seven!

      No, Viktor Petrovich, these are their diplomats - spies, winked and our diplomats are scouts bully
      1. Victor_B 27 January 2020 18: 37 New
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        Quote: Terenin
        and our diplomats are scouts

        Besides the heroes!
        Unknown ...
        1. Terenin 27 January 2020 18: 51 New
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          Quote: Victor_B
          Quote: Terenin
          and our diplomats are scouts

          Besides the heroes!
          Unknown ...

          laughing
        2. tihonmarine 27 January 2020 18: 55 New
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          Quote: Victor_B
          Besides the heroes!
          Unknown ...

          And the soldiers of the invisible front.
    2. Kleber 27 January 2020 18: 41 New
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      Diplomats and scouts under diplomatic cover are two different things. The former work in diplomatic work, the latter in intelligence.
      But both those and those work, and not sometimes.
      1. Victor_B 27 January 2020 18: 43 New
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        Quote: Kleber
        Diplomats and scouts under diplomatic cover are two different things.

        Well, you really ...
        (Burch under my breath ...)
        He called things. People. Alive ...
        1. Kleber 27 January 2020 18: 45 New
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          I meant the profession, not specific people.
          1. Victor_B 27 January 2020 18: 47 New
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            Quote: Kleber
            I meant meaning, not specific people.

            Don't be so boring ...
            Arouse a sense of humor!
            fellow
            1. Kleber 27 January 2020 18: 49 New
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              Now they hang around and it will be normal with humor. laughing
              1. Victor_B 27 January 2020 18: 50 New
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                Quote: Kleber
                Now they hang around and it will be normal with humor.

                I offer one hundred ... fifty!
                drinks
                1. Kleber 27 January 2020 18: 51 New
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                  Not. Fifty and good. And that is solely for raising tone. drinks
    3. demo 27 January 2020 18: 44 New
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      I’ll tell you an interesting story.
      My friend developed a fuel additive.
      And for a long time she was worn with it, offering it to Russian government officials, commercial structures, etc.
      About five years I suffered.
      Then I read an article in one of the Chinese magazines in Russian.
      The journalist was worried about the fact that the environment in China due to transport is very bad.
      Oh la la! my friend thought and called this journalist in Moscow.
      He listened to him, but could not really understand anything.
      Then a friend boarded a plane and flew to Moscow.
      Again he called the Chinese and offered to meet.
      Met.
      A friend told, showed, explained.
      Spent two hours.
      In the end, the Chinese said that he did not understand anything from what was said.
      Then a friend gets an article where the surname and name of the Chinese, and says - you wrote it.
      He looked at the article, at my friend and answered - no.
      Then a friend asks him what you are doing here, journalist.
      The Chinese man looked at the floor for about five minutes, then got up and left.
      That’s how the Chinese "journalist" burned.

      I’ll add, from myself.
      The tale is a lie, but there is a hint in it.
    4. mishaia_23 27 January 2020 19: 16 New
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      Whole working day

      If Japanese
      then they have to drive away from work at 21:00 local time
      Everything is very dark and ...
      crying hi
  3. New Year day 27 January 2020 18: 31 New
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    Previously, they did not talk about Japanese spies. Probably did not want to spoil relations with "partners". Love has passed, send the spies
    1. voyaka uh 27 January 2020 18: 35 New
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      He found spy equipment: a mobile phone with a camera. am
      The phone was connected to the satellite!
      1. polar fox 27 January 2020 18: 54 New
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        Quote: voyaka uh
        The phone was connected to the satellite!

        cable ...
        1. voyaka uh 27 January 2020 19: 03 New
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          Do you know how they found out that he is a Japanese shpien? - when a policeman and an alert grandmother approached him, who noticed that he was taking a picture of the port, he
          shouted "banzai" and made hara-kiri.
          Old school... good
          But he forgot that he was in body armor. These two tied him up.
          1. Dym71 27 January 2020 19: 39 New
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            Quote: voyaka uh
            when a policeman and an alert grandmother approached him, who noticed that he was taking a picture of the port, he
            shouted "banzai" and made hara-kiri.

            Shalom, Alexey!
            Please share a link to read how you troll the SHABAK in this way? bully
            1. voyaka uh 27 January 2020 20: 51 New
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              laughing We have a lot of spies. All are Chinese. Industrial espionage. Them
              they catch "hands" and politely, without diplomatic incidents, escort
              from the country. The Chinese Embassy in Tel Aviv is the fourth largest in terms of staff
              The world. laughing Chinese diplomats smile and send new spies. yes
              1. Nehist 27 January 2020 22: 01 New
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                Well, they have a lot of people !!! Your counter-intelligence SHABAK for a hundred years, the work provided laughing
        2. Romka 27 January 2020 20: 01 New
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          It was discovered in a hotel room.
          1. ccsr 27 January 2020 20: 20 New
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            Quote: Romka
            It was discovered in a hotel room.

            You’re ironic in vain - modern HF radio communication allows illegal immigrants to make communication sessions with the Center, and at the same time they can’t even be intercepted, unlike Internet networks. By the way, a household radio was quietly converted into a receiver for one-way radio communication sessions, so those who care about the security of agents are unlikely to abandon such reliable communications.
            1. Romka 27 January 2020 20: 26 New
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              So this Japanese, loshara, threw off photos on vibera. Do you think it burned? Interestingly, was the accomplice (s)?
              1. ccsr 28 January 2020 11: 48 New
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                Quote: Romka
                So this Japanese, loshara, dropped pictures on the vibera.

                I think that he just worked clumsily, and was in development at our special services.
            2. Svarog51 28 January 2020 01: 41 New
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              "Seventeen Moments of Spring," Stirlitz accepted the encryption from Alex, listening to a summary from the "exploration" party. Everything is as old as the world. This is a legal channel for receiving information. It’s more difficult with sending, on this spies are “scorching”. Direction finders do not sleep.
              1. ccsr 28 January 2020 11: 54 New
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                Quote: Svarog51
                It’s more difficult with sending, on this spies are “scorching”. Direction finders do not sleep.

                Before asserting this, at least you have studied the capabilities of direction finding and the operation of ultra-fast (or slow-acting) certain agent communications in the HF band, especially taking into account dead zones. By the way, for all the post-war time in the USSR there was not a single case when our illegal radio operator was taken during a communication session - all radio operators were “fired”, as you say, because of banal betrayal.
                PS So where is the dossier, or was it blah blah blah?
                1. Svarog51 28 January 2020 12: 56 New
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                  A link to the movie or something you want? Nah, I won’t. It’s not for you that Stirlitz pulled out the radio operator Kat, otherwise you’ll spell her questions.
                  I mainly worked in the VHF band, but I had to use HF.
                  1. ccsr 28 January 2020 13: 35 New
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                    Quote: Svarog51
                    A link to the movie or something you want?

                    In addition to feature films, do you have anything else serious?
                    Quote: Svarog51
                    I mainly worked in the VHF band, but I had to use HF.

                    I don’t know what you used in HF there, but at least learn what SIXTY YEARS was developed back in the USSR when you weren’t in the project yet:
                    1. Svarog51 28 January 2020 14: 25 New
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                      Did I ask for something to study? All that interests me, I myself am able to find. Would you still signal fires or tom-toms suggested to study. This is not interesting to me.
          2. Aviator_ 27 January 2020 22: 49 New
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            In the middle - a wonderful Baltika radio, in his student years, having repaired this junk, he listened to the whole world on it. It was in the 70s of the last century.
            1. Svarog51 28 January 2020 01: 45 New
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              "Ocean-006" - only had to dream. recourse VEF-202 is already a joy. fellow Late 70s, early 80s yes
              1. Doliva63 28 January 2020 16: 02 New
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                Quote: Svarog51
                "Ocean-006" - only had to dream. recourse VEF-202 is already a joy. fellow Late 70s, early 80s yes

                And I was happy with Speedola! laughing drinks True, it was in the late 60s (in the mornings a hymn was played, and then: Volga radio station says ... Golden childhood in the GSVG!) And the early 70s (when I listened to what “Voices ...” everyone whispered to our to citizens) drinks
                1. Svarog51 28 January 2020 19: 31 New
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                  Valentine hi We no longer have the Volga, but .... well, after all, it knocked out completely, any HF receiver was catching. You will meet with someone from the “old people” at the post, and he has a receiver. Listened to news from the homeland. What was the station called? Not “Ishim,” but something close?
                2. Svarog51 28 January 2020 19: 36 New
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                  Valentine, I remembered fellow Radio station "Aldan", in! yes
                  1. Doliva63 29 January 2020 19: 42 New
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                    Quote: Svarog51
                    Valentine, I remembered fellow Radio station "Aldan", in! yes

                    I remembered the same, respect! drinks But, if sclerosis does not lie, then Aldan is no longer the radio of the political administration of the Group, but something related to navigation for the Air Force. But I don’t know this story deeply, because for what I bought, for what I sold laughing
                    1. Svarog51 29 January 2020 19: 48 New
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                      Well, how else is it? Sclerosis is not insanity. We will live again. wink drinks
                      P.S. Beacon? So it is in the film "Air Carrier" painted in all colors. yes
                      1. Doliva63 29 January 2020 19: 55 New
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                        Quote: Svarog51
                        Well, how else is it? Sclerosis is not insanity. We will live again. wink drinks
                        P.S. Beacon? So it is in the film "Air Carrier" painted in all colors. yes

                        Well, something like that, yeah. But I did not delve into it, in the service it didn’t "itch" to me.
                        We will wait, of course! laughing What did our German comrades say - tsumvol? drinks
                      2. Svarog51 29 January 2020 19: 57 New
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                        Ohhh! I AM! I AM! Tsumvol! good drinks drinks drinks Drink!
              2. Svarog51 28 January 2020 19: 49 New
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                Here, slightly higher than your colleague, from intelligence, our GSVGshny, but as I understand it - cabinet. If you want to talk - here is the nickname "ccsr". But keep in mind, annoying and conceit over the edge. drinks
                1. Doliva63 29 January 2020 19: 45 New
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                  Quote: Svarog51
                  Here, slightly higher than your colleague, from intelligence, our GSVGshny, but as I understand it - cabinet. If you want to talk - here is the nickname "ccsr". But keep in mind, annoying and conceit over the edge. drinks

                  Thank you, friend, I'm already in the know. laughing
                  1. Svarog51 29 January 2020 19: 54 New
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                    Then, better not mess. A person without a sense of humor is more like a robot. belay
                    1. Doliva63 29 January 2020 20: 00 New
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                      Quote: Svarog51
                      Then, better not mess. A person without a sense of humor is more like a robot. belay

                      Boring, yeah laughing But it responds to highly specific questions quite adequately. It’s another matter that these questions themselves are boring, they don’t pull under a stack with beer, so we hardly talk drinks
                    2. Svarog51 29 January 2020 21: 36 New
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                      But it responds to highly specific questions quite adequately.

                      You can teach this to a machine, but it is very difficult, if at all possible, to make it a person. The logic in the decisions is yes, but human emotions ... request
  • NEXUS 27 January 2020 18: 41 New
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    Quote: Silvestr
    Love has passed, send the spies

    The work of counterintelligence, like intelligence, does not stop even for a second, and more often than not, those who were caught there, who were sent out, and who were stupidly banged out of the media do not get it. This spy, I think, is a small fry, which it was not a pity to pull out into the white light.
  • solzh 27 January 2020 19: 04 New
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    Quote: Silvestr
    Previously, they did not talk about Japanese spies.

    Yes, a long time ago I did not hear about them. There was something quiet. Although we don’t hear about Chinese spies, are they interestingly absent or are they still “partners”?
    1. Svarog51 28 January 2020 01: 50 New
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      Namesake hi I saw two positive points in this news. If the Japanese were even interested, then there is something interesting of a military nature in the Far East and it is there. However, we do not stand still, but develop.
  • Sapsan136 27 January 2020 18: 35 New
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    It is time to stop all negotiations on the transfer of any territory of the Russian Federation to foreign states, and those who disagree to kick out of the Russian Federation ...
    1. Jager 27 January 2020 18: 52 New
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      One such "patriot" gave the islands on the Amur to the Chinese free of charge. Although everyone knows him ...
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  • Vasyan1971 27 January 2020 18: 38 New
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    The photo to the material has nothing to do with the personality of the detainee.

    Thank God, we made a reservation on time, otherwise I’m going to spoil the vile spy.
    1. figwam 27 January 2020 19: 27 New
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      Laughter, laughter, and the situation is not enviable, at the same time the situation will be escalated in the West and the East.
  • faterdom 27 January 2020 18: 39 New
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    So the Japanese mother has something to ask Putin.
    1. Xnumx vis 27 January 2020 18: 42 New
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      Quote: faterdom
      So the Japanese mother has something to ask Putin.

      Japan Mother! Ask for my son!
    2. Kleber 27 January 2020 18: 55 New
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      Quote: faterdom
      So the Japanese mother has something to ask Putin.


      No longer have to.

      According to Russian diplomats, the Japanese national is already located outside our country.
      1. Svarog51 28 January 2020 01: 58 New
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        The internet works well. On-line she asked, and quickly they sent ... to a Japanese mother ... a son. yes
  • Jager 27 January 2020 18: 54 New
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    So first, in the homeland of the anime "our" hacker was removed, and only then we are Nippon.
  • Romka 27 January 2020 18: 57 New
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    I studied the color reception points. Well, he was offered the "next tranche dunk." And then everything became clear. bully
  • Victor March 47 27 January 2020 18: 58 New
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    Quote: Dmitry Donskoy
    Spies and traitors have always been and will be. Shpinov send home, and traitors to Solovki. I think so correctly. repeat

    And to put those and others nearby, in one chamber. Feed alternately, at first one week do not give anything, then another.
    Not much time will pass, and they will hate each other brutally.
  • Prisoner 27 January 2020 19: 12 New
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    Ping pong of some kind. Although counterintelligence has its own quirks. Surely the "journalist" was under a cap, and here such a puncture in Japan. So they reset the situation. Handsomely.
    1. vladcub 27 January 2020 19: 51 New
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      Naturally: the heirs of the Cheka-NKVD-KGB carry out their work successfully. How many attacks were prevented and we must think that this is not the last foreigner, which shows a "not healthy interest" in our military potential
  • vladcub 27 January 2020 19: 45 New
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    "he handed over secret documents to the representative of the Russian trade union representatives" in other words: he was engaged in economic espionage, and the Japanese was engaged in military espionage.
    1. 2 Level Advisor 27 January 2020 20: 09 New
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      Well, if a resident is listed in the trade mission, this does not mean that he is engaged in the economy hi
      1. vladcub 27 January 2020 20: 32 New
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        I agree. In the film "": "Dead Season", the main character was involved in the sale of jukeboxes.
        And the Soviet intelligence officer in South Africa, Feklistov worked under the screen of a seller of washing machines. To pick up an inconspicuous "roof" for a scout. Classics of the genre
        1. Nehist 27 January 2020 22: 06 New
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          By the way, information about the economic potential is strategic information and it’s quite a pass to yourself as military espionage hi
  • Doliva63 27 January 2020 22: 47 New
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    Nobody noticed: “According to the detainee, he handed over secret documents to a representative of the trade mission of the Russian Federation.” Well, then who is the spy? laughing
    1. Svarog51 28 January 2020 02: 09 New
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      "- Grandfather, what is an incident?
      “Well ... here you come home, and I and my neighbor Petrovna roll somersaults in bed.” Case, however. Do you get it?
      - Yeah, you come home, and I'm in bed with Kuzmich, a neighbor somersaults. Case!
      - Uh, grandmother, do not confuse the incident with "womanishness!"
      Valentine hi Our scouts, and theirs are spies. wink
      1. Doliva63 28 January 2020 17: 17 New
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        Quote: Svarog51
        "- Grandfather, what is an incident?
        “Well ... here you come home, and I and my neighbor Petrovna roll somersaults in bed.” Case, however. Do you get it?
        - Yeah, you come home, and I'm in bed with Kuzmich, a neighbor somersaults. Case!
        - Uh, grandmother, do not confuse the incident with "womanishness!"
        Valentine hi Our scouts, and theirs are spies. wink

        Oh, damn it! laughing hi
        1. Svarog51 28 January 2020 19: 34 New
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          Come on? This joke is like about felt boots during perestroika. good drinks
  • Victor March 47 27 January 2020 23: 09 New
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    Quote: Romka
    It was discovered in a hotel room.

    So what? It is impossible to transmit a signal from these glands even 100 meters away. Because, because there is not a single transmitter. Receivers I see, R-311, household receivers, voltmeter, Radio node receiver ...

    A modern cellular or trunk communication system makes this trash completely useless.
    1. aszzz888 28 January 2020 01: 38 New
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      Victor March 47 (Victor March 47) Yesterday, 23:09 PM
      So what? It is impossible to transmit a signal from these glands even 100 meters away. Because, because there is not a single transmitter. Receivers I see, R-311, household receivers, voltmeter, Radio node receiver ...

      A modern cellular or trunk communication system makes this trash completely useless.
      What are you so all accepting in the "absolute"? There are many people on the site with humor ... "Be simpler and people will reach for you!" wink
    2. Svarog51 28 January 2020 02: 13 New
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      As a receiver of information, even the Daugava, which is lower in the center, will come down quite well. Get the job from the "Center" - will do. For transmission - I agree, the receivers are useless.
    3. Uncle lee 28 January 2020 05: 11 New
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      Radio unit receiver ...

      Two professional receivers: Volna-K and R-250M ...
    4. ccsr 28 January 2020 12: 13 New
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      A modern cellular or trunk communication system makes this trash completely useless.

      Full bullshit - modern communication facilities are, firstly, easily controlled, and secondly, you can always get a fully preserved encryption or voice message recording even a few months after the transmission of information. This facilitates the work of decryption services in any country. But in HF communication, when you work on some node, you still need to understand who is receiving this information, what language it is in, and in general it can be a training session or a false one. So you are tormented to understand at least in this direction, even if the agent works only on one-way reception, and a two-hop or more signal passes through the territory of several states.
  • Victor March 47 27 January 2020 23: 20 New
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    It was discovered in a hotel room.

    You’re ironic in vain - modern HF radio communication allows illegal immigrants to make communication sessions with the Center, and at the same time they can’t even be intercepted, unlike Internet networks. By the way, a household radio was quietly converted into a receiver for one-way radio communication sessions, so those who care about the security of agents are unlikely to abandon such reliable communications.

    Scanning receivers cover the ranges from microwave to microwave. In millisecond moments, recording everything on a computer for whatever is seen / heard. Methods of encryption and computer mountability of any message, text, picture, picture, text, or noise, allows you to transfer in microseconds sufficient volumes to be placed in this message .....
    Search the Internet, and in two hours you’ll learn how to “hide” text of any size in the image file.
    1. Svarog51 28 January 2020 02: 24 New
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      It was used in the last century, before the Internet. You need to know "only" the location, compression ratio, well, have a decoder. Used a long time ago. Under current conditions, everything is digitized and speeds are several orders of magnitude higher. The principle itself is the same.
    2. ccsr 28 January 2020 12: 30 New
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      Scanning receivers cover the ranges from microwave to microwave. In millisecond moments, recording everything on a computer for whatever is seen / heard.

      Direction finding of the source requires a little longer time than the transfer of ultra-fast in some types of agent technology communications HF range. Moreover, the bearing error can reach up to 1-2 degrees with multipath, if my memory serves me right, which means that on routes up to 2 thousand km this will amount to tens of kilometers. So do not simplify everything, even if you write down some message, it is not a fact that you determine where it was sent from.

      Quote: Victor March 47
      Methods of encryption and computer mountability of any message, text, picture, picture, text, or noise, allows you to transfer in microseconds sufficient volumes to be placed in this message .....

      What will you transmit it through? Explain more specifically, given the fact that the Internet is fully controlled.

      Quote: Victor March 47
      Search the Internet, and in two hours you’ll learn how to “hide” text of any size in the image file.

      This is actually not about how to hide, but about how to transmit it so that the decryption services could not subsequently determine what was transmitted and did not have complete material for the work.
  • Angelo Provolone 28 January 2020 01: 39 New
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    It would be better to deal with the problems of deceived equity holders. In the center of Vladivostok, Arcade has raised money and has not been building anything for 2 years. Hayat. Billion federal budget investments. It has not yet been put into operation and is being completed from the regional, as federal money is stolen.
    And this is in front of the entire population of the city. A disgrace.
    And while the FSB caught some kind of Japs. Are you laughing ?!
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      It would be better to deal with the problems of deceived equity holders.

      The president is doing this with us - he has it under control. So refer to the forum for deceived equity holders, so all the details will be. And here they are discussing a Japanese spy, although he, too, could be a cheated real estate agent with you, so he took a desperate step to improve his financial situation.
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      And while the FSB caught some kind of Japs. Are you laughing ?!

      Not at all. What if he is at the head of the gang? We worked in Aum-senrike in Moscow, so we know these Japanese, and they want to do hara-kiri for any reason, starting with the Kuril Islands ....
  • Victor March 47 28 January 2020 01: 54 New
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    Victor March 47 (Victor March 47) Yesterday, 23:09 PM
    So what? It is impossible to transmit a signal from these glands even 100 meters away. Because, because there is not a single transmitter. Receivers I see, R-311, household receivers, voltmeter, Radio node receiver ...

    A modern cellular or trunk communication system makes this trash completely useless.
    What are you so all accepting in the "absolute"? There are many people on the site with humor ... "Be simpler and people will reach for you!" wink

    Tady- OH! In general, I thought that there are more civil forums for bulge.
  • orionvitt 28 January 2020 07: 24 New
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    The photo to the material has nothing to do with the personality of the detainee.
    That's enough, anyway, all on one face. If he saw one Japanese, then he saw them all. From a European perspective, of course. laughing
  • Victor March 47 28 January 2020 10: 53 New
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    As a receiver of information, even the Daugava, which is lower in the center, will come down quite well. Get the job from the "Center" - will do. For transmission - I agree, the receivers are useless.

    As a receiver of messages, a hollow in a bad tooth is suitable, where you can insert the antenna and take the morse code shown in the cartoon "Spy Passion". To send a spy who is not provided with communications, secret writing, photographing and other things at home, in the hope that he will dig up such a room, or buy a 90-kilogram R-250M2 at the market, this, of course, from a lack of knowledge of the subject. The days of Kat radio operators have passed.
    You forgot the lessons of Sherlock Holmes, who said that you can hide in the most reliable way only where this place is visible all the time. In the door handle. And you can hide such a transmitting device now in an ordinary cell phone. Any brand. Sold at any kiosk. You need to hide not the device, but the encryption program.
    And finally. The main thing in intelligence is FEEDBACK. What's the point, pass the order. Need to get a report. For the sake of it all is started.
    1. ccsr 28 January 2020 12: 45 New
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      As a receiver of messages, a hollow in a bad tooth is suitable, where you can insert the antenna and take the morse code shown in the cartoon "Spy Passion".

      In what range are you going to work with such a receiver?

      Quote: Victor March 47
      in the hope that he would dig up such a room, or buy a 90 kilogram R-250M2 at the market, this, of course, from a lack of knowledge of the subject.

      Complete nonsense - Sony’s usual household all-wave radio receiver after the necessary alteration will be an excellent device for receiving one-way communication sessions at distances of up to 10 thousand km, depending on the power of the communication center.
      Quote: Victor March 47
      The days of Kat radio operators have passed.

      Recently, in the Federal Republic of Germany, they accidentally detained some pensioners who had worked for our intelligence for decades using a HF radio station:
      The operation to capture the spies was organized on a grand scale - though somewhat exaggerated in the context of his circumstances. The Federal Criminal Police (BKA) and special forces from the GSG 9 unit, which are most often involved in anti-terrorist operations, were sent for detention. As a result, Haidrun was captured in the house of the spouses in Marburg (federal state of Hesse), as if right at the moment when she was taking the encryption. And her husband was detained at a workplace in the city of Balingen in the federal state of Baden-Württemberg. According to the press, he worked as a mechanical engineer with a car supplier.
      ... Scouts scouts sent and received using short-wave broadcasting.
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    And the one who proposed this documentation was detained, or did the counterintelligence officers themselves call the sucker?
  • Kerensky 28 January 2020 12: 25 New
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    Here colleagues rested in communications, encryption.
    Or maybe he doesn’t need to transmit anything? He’s a journalist ... He flew home for the weekend with "article material", and the fact that he is secret is the problem of your HRT department ...
  • Victor March 47 28 January 2020 15: 24 New
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    Quote: ccsr
    Quote: Victor March 47
    As a receiver of messages, a hollow in a bad tooth is suitable, where you can insert the antenna and take the morse code shown in the cartoon "Spy Passion".

    In what range are you going to work with such a receiver?

    Quote: Victor March 47
    in the hope that he would dig up such a room, or buy a 90 kilogram R-250M2 at the market, this, of course, from a lack of knowledge of the subject.

    Complete nonsense - Sony’s usual household all-wave radio receiver after the necessary alteration will be an excellent device for receiving one-way communication sessions at distances of up to 10 thousand km, depending on the power of the communication center.
    Quote: Victor March 47
    The days of Kat radio operators have passed.

    Recently, in the Federal Republic of Germany, they accidentally detained some pensioners who had worked for our intelligence for decades using a HF radio station:
    The operation to capture the spies was organized on a grand scale - though somewhat exaggerated in the context of his circumstances. The Federal Criminal Police (BKA) and special forces from the GSG 9 unit, which are most often involved in anti-terrorist operations, were sent for detention. As a result, Haidrun was captured in the house of the spouses in Marburg (federal state of Hesse), as if right at the moment when she was taking the encryption. And her husband was detained at a workplace in the city of Balingen in the federal state of Baden-Württemberg. According to the press, he worked as a mechanical engineer with a car supplier.
    ... Scouts scouts sent and received using short-wave broadcasting.

    Let's not talk about an object that you are completely unknown.
    There were times when digital messages were transmitted by voice at a completely open frequency. A kind of pack of five numbers. As is customary for radio operators, send exactly five-digit packets. Next is the search for the author’s book, agreed at the school of scouts, page and line number.
    Now the complexity and amount of information required to familiarize yourself with a simple electric lighter developed by a competitor takes megabytes. And the transfer or reception of this bodyagi will take more than one day. With inevitable repetitions and corrections of gaps and errors. Do not sculpt humpback.
    Read about Comrade Snowden. And methods for collecting and transmitting information today. It’s easy to read your baby talk .... Well, TRANSMISSION of intelligence information using BROADCASTING is simply not possible to find more idiocy.
    1. ccsr 28 January 2020 18: 54 New
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      Let's not talk about an object that you are completely unknown.

      Are you sure you know this subject?
      Quote: Victor March 47
      There were times when digital messages were transmitted by voice at a completely open frequency. A kind of pack of five numbers. As is customary for radio operators, send exactly five-digit packets.

      Actually, this is the Stone Age, you don’t seem to know what “Lapis” is, which was already in service even forty years ago even in special forces.
      Quote: Victor March 47
      Now the complexity and amount of information required to familiarize yourself with a simple electric lighter developed by a competitor takes megabytes. And the transfer or reception of this bodyagi will take more than one day.

      The residency and radio operator for such garbage is not kept - they work at a different level, and all they need is to find a person who will deliver it all where he needs it.
      Quote: Victor March 47
      Read about Comrade Snowden. And methods for collecting and transmitting information today.

      You yourself do not seem to understand what he is talking about. And he talks about the NSA's total control over the technical means of communication, and therefore it is very important to use the type of communication that is most difficult for them to open.
      Quote: Victor March 47
      Well, and TRANSMISSION of intelligence information using BROADCASTING- it’s simply impossible to find more idiocy.

      Actually, I did not say this - it was some journalist who wrote, not understanding what was going on. And you, the "expert", it seems that he just didn’t enter, that it was a question of using the HF band for undercover work. Maybe "enlighten" what can you offer instead of it for secretive communication?
  • Victor March 47 28 January 2020 15: 30 New
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    "Seventeen Moments of Spring," Stirlitz accepted the encryption from Alex, listening to a summary from the "exploration" party. Everything is as old as the world. This is a legal channel for receiving information. It’s more difficult with sending, on this spies are “scorching”. Direction finders do not sleep.

    Fools having read by Edgar Allan Poe do not understand that modernity has gone far from what they (think) they know. Accepting an order is the beginning. TRANSFER report is the most difficult. Often harder than getting it. I have written about this more than once here. But the stubborn people continue to flog the shit with remaking the receivers into transmitters.
    1. ccsr 28 January 2020 18: 58 New
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      But the stubborn people continue to flog the shit with remaking the receivers into transmitters.

      You’re carrying this crap - the receivers will not be transformed into transmitters, although you can do this if you wish, but into means of automatically registering messages from the Center, without the presence of an agent or radio operator, so that it would be impossible to bind them to the sessions - learn the materiel, the “expert”. ...
      PS Where did you see in this text the words about remaking the receiver into a transmitter?
      Sony’s usual household all-wave radio will be fine after the necessary alteration device for receiving one-way communication sessions
  • Victor March 47 28 January 2020 19: 40 New
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    Quote: Victor March 47
    But the stubborn people continue to flog the shit with remaking the receivers into transmitters.

    You’re carrying this crap - the receivers will not be transformed into transmitters, although you can do this if you wish, but into means of automatically registering messages from the Center, without the presence of an agent or radio operator, so that it would be impossible to bind them to the sessions - learn the materiel, the “expert”. ...
    PS Where did you see in this text the words about remaking the receiver into a transmitter?
    Sony’s usual household all-wave radio will be fine after the necessary alteration device for receiving one-way communication sessions

    And it’s hard to understand that sitting at home, in the center and not risking anything to pass the order to the agent, this is crap, which is even a little talk about. Why are you bothering so much, are you really such a sofa boss? If you take such care of your own role in these matters? ANSWER is the main thing. And you need to RESPOND, having in your hands not the R-250 receiver, but something else. Wow, the Earth gave birth to such doldons.
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      Why are you so busy, are you really such a couch chief?

      I am not - I have been retired for a long time.
      Quote: Victor March 47
      If you take such care of your own role in these matters?

      There is no special role - there is simply knowledge, but there is a verbiage of some "specialists", so we have to refute different nonsense, which is distributed with a smart look.
      Quote: Victor March 47
      And you need to RESPOND, having in your hands not the R-250 receiver,

      This receiver was not discussed at all, although in my opinion it was a masterpiece of our radio industry in the fifties. By the way, it was not suitable for receiving broadband signals - you are not the point here.
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      Wow, the Earth gave birth to such doldons.

      So far, I haven’t heard anything clever from you, so leave it to yourself.
  • Victor March 47 28 January 2020 20: 06 New
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    Actually, I did not say this - it was some journalist who wrote, not understanding what was going on. And you, the "expert", it seems that he just didn’t enter, that it was a question of using the HF band for undercover work. Maybe "enlighten" what can you offer instead of it for secretive communication?

    HF communication to transmit hidden information. And having volumes in gigabytes. For, a table with tactical data of something shooting there cannot be dispensed with, and huge arrays are needed. An interesting discovery.

    To transmit a simple 1 megabyte Jeep format image with such digital transmission protocols in HF bands, you need a DAY of continuous operation.

    The direction finder will find, not only the gateway, but also the passport details of the criminal selling state secrets during this time.
    No need to hide the transmitters. It is necessary to mask the transmission itself under a harmless message to the grandmother in the city of Tmutarakan. Under something there household. Which is relayed and decrypted where the message is actually addressed.